Prep soccer: Panthers down Carbon; D-Hills goes to 6-0

Pine View's Anwar Schone (9), Pine View vs. Carbon, Soccer St. George, Utah, Mar. 19, 2016, | Photo by Robert Hoppie, ASPpix.com, St. George News

ST. GEORGE – Pine View’s Bo Bundy knows the secret to success on the soccer field.

“Hard work and lots of practice,” said Bundy, who scored two goals in the Panthers’ 7-2 victory over Carbon on Saturday.

pine-view-logo“Good passes (are the key to scoring),” Bundy said. “We have to come out strong; if we didn’t we kind of fall apart.”

Kalob Dudley got Pine View’s goal-scorers going when he blasted the rebound off Alex Rodriguez’ shot into the net with 35:42 left in the first half. He scored again two minutes later when he dribbled in from 15 yards out. Dudley finished off a hat trick when he put in another rebound after Michael Cardenas’ shot hit the crossbar on the goal.

Pine View's  Bo Bundy (12), Pine View vs. Carbon, Soccer St. George, Utah, Mar. 19, 2016, | Photo by Robert Hoppie, ASPpix.com, St. George News
Pine View’s Bo Bundy (12), Pine View vs. Carbon, Soccer St. George, Utah, Mar. 19, 2016, | Photo by Robert Hoppie, ASPpix.com, St. George News

Bundy scored off a Dudley assist with 9:15 remaining in the first half, then added a penalty kick with 1:11 as the Panthers built a 5-0 halftime lead.

Carbon scored its first goal when Jamin Jensen sailed a free kick past Pine View’s goalie with 37:27 left in the game.

Pine View followed with two more goals, from Anwar Schone and Pesa Teoni, before the Dinos’ Matthew Webster finished the scoring with 4:41 remaining.

“We got to get some juniors who often don’t play anything but junior varsity some varsity experience,” said Pine View coach Sam Johnston.

Johnston continued, “We got some great crosses; those early goals set the tone. We need to get Kalob and Michael Cardenas some confidence.”

Desert Hills 5, Hurricane 1

desert-hills-logoHunter Spray and Christian Cottle each scored one goal for the Thunder while Jake Simister got the other one. Tate Langston scored for the Tigers.

Kanon Heaton and Bridger Nelson each had a pair of assists for Desert Hills, which improved to 6-0 on the season.

Dixie 4, Park City 1

Av’ry Green had two goals to lead the Flyers.

dixie-logo“Av’ry Green scored a great goal 15 seconds after entering the game, 20 minutes into the first half from a Sergio Dias cross,” noted Flyer coach Burt Myers. “(We) had several good looks, but couldn’t score. We controlled the speed of play and possession (to lead 1-0 at the half.)

“In the second half, Dias got his second assist on a great crossing pass to Trey Hoskins. Shortly after that, Dias was fouled in the box and Av’ry Green put the PK in for his second goal of the game. Dixie maintained possession as our goalkeepers, Ethan Poulton and Bridget Wright, touched the ball two times.”

Park City scored off a corner kick with an amazing shot by John Flitton. Two minutes later, Flyer Jorge Bernabe stole the ball near midfield, broke away and beat the keeper in a one-on-one situation.

Logan 4, Cedar City 3

Jonny Guadara scored two to pace the Grizzlies. No information was available on the Redmen’s goal-scorers.

Highland 1, Snow Canyon 0

Jesus Miranda scored for the Rams.

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